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Difference between Best boy and Best man

best boy— 1. (coll.) one’s favorite friend: “I was his best boy,” Auguste told The Sunday Age. “I miss him dreadfully as a companion.” 2. (Film or TV production) assistant to the chief electrician: The gaffer’s assistant answers to the amusing title of best boy! best man—the groom’s aide at a wedding: Who will be […]

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Difference between Bell boy and Bell buoy

bell boy—an employee in a hotel who helps guests by carrying their luggage, running errands, etc.: Led by a “bell-boy” into the lift, she walked along a pale-gray river of corridor carpet. bell buoy—a floating buoy with a bell that gives a warning or positional signal to ships: You may hear the ringing bell buoy […]

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